ABOUT THE ROAD COMMISSION

There are eighty-three counties in Michigan.  Each of the road commissions operate independently; therefore
Montmorency County's Road Commission policies many not apply to all counties.
The employees and office staff are here to assist you with your problems and concerns; however, the 
Montmorency Road Commissioners make final decisions.  Each commissioner is elected for a term of six
years.  These terms are staggered so an election is held every two years.
The Montmorency County Board has control over the Road Commission for salary amounts only. The current
board consists of Ted Orm-Chairman, Charles Arbour-Vice Chairman, and Bruno Wojcik-Member.
The board meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, except when a meeting falls on a holiday;
then the meeting is held the day before the holiday.  In December, the last meeting is adjusted to be held as
close to the end of the years as possible.  Special meetings are always open to the public.  If you wish to 
address the board, it is suggested that you call ahead to be put on the agenda.
The official minutes of the Montmorency County Road Commission are kept on file and are available for inspection at the main office-11445 M32, Atlanta, Mi 49709.
Upon written request and payment of a fee of $1.00 to cover the cost of printing and mailing, the Road Commission will send to the requesting party a copy of this "Notice of Meetings".
The Road Commission currently has 21 employees- 5 administrative, 16 employees, 
(14 heavy equipment operators, 1 lead mechanic and 1 mechanic welder) who are represented by the
AFSCME.